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Insurance exposition on October 15
CHANDIGARH, Sept 18 — City Beautiful is all set to become a hub for operations of foreign insurance companies in the country following the safe passage of the Insurance Regulatory Bill in Parliament.

One of the participants in the Miss Talented round of Miss North India '99 contest presents a dance at a discotheque in Chandigarh on Saturday. — A Tribune photograph
Captivating display by contestants
CHANDIGARH, Sept 18 — The Mr and Miss India North contests, being organised by the Fashion Revealers in association with the Chandigarh Press Club, Sector 27, held a sub-title event of Mr and Miss Talented here today. The event was organised at a discotheque in Sector 9.

Syndics oppose UGC letter
CHANDIGARH, Sept 18 — Heated exchanges followed by an adjournment marked the Punjab University Syndicate meeting here today when the issue of confirmation of minutes of the previous Syndicate meeting came up for discussion.

Pinjore health centre in sick state
PANCHKULA, Sept 18 — Residents of Pinjore, Doon and Raiten areas have appealed to the authorities to restore the original status of the primary health centre at Pinjore as a community health centre.

7 'outsiders' held from PU
CHANDIGARH, Sept 18 — The local police today rounded up seven "outsiders'' from three different places at Panjab University in apprehension of the breach of the peace during the forthcoming elections to the Panjab University Students Council.

5 trees felled for shops
DERA BASSI, Sept 18 — Five full grown eucalyptus trees were chopped off to pave way for the construction of a shopping complex near Ramleela ground here today.

Leprosy "more than a medical problem"
CHANDIGARH, Sept 18 — The second day of the 21st biennial conference of the Indian Association of Leprologists was inaugurated today by Dr N.K. Ganguly, Director-General, Indian Council of Medical research.

2 jailed for cutting buffalo’s tail

Noble School is best

Teachers' meeting on September 25

CITCO to hold contests

Radha Ashtami celebrated

Talent-finding contest held



Crime File
Chain snatcher held

Harleen, Manpreet win badminton titles
Irina Brar winsTop


Your servant can give you TB
CHANDIGARH, Sept 18 — "You are always at risk in case of using domestic help in the house, if the servant has not been examined for tuberculosis." This is the opinion of experts today, in the wake of almost 1,100 cases of TB having been registered from slums and colonies of the city, since 1998.Top

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